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Maple Programming: 2.9: Evaluating concatenated names

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: Dr. Roger Kraft
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In a previous section we looked at what Maple does with the left hand side of an assignment operator and we said that Maple does not evaluate any names that it finds there. But this is not entirely true. If there is a concatenated or indexed name on the left hand side of an assignment operator, then Maple must do some kind of evaluation. In this section we look at Maple's rules for evaluating concatenated names.

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Publish Date: October 01, 2003
Created In: Maple 8
Language: English

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